University of Vermont

UVM Course Directory

Term: Fall 2017

Subject: Clinical&Translational Science

CTS 301 - Design Clin&Translational Res

Seminar emphasizing the skills for designing and executing clinical and translational research. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or Instructor permission.

CTS 305 - Cell To Society I

A two-semester seminar that addresses a medical issue from molecule to market. CTS students must take both semesters. Non-CTS students may take either semester independently. Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or Instructor permission.

CTS 310 - Conduct Clin&Translational Res

Seminar emphasizing the ethics and mechanics of clinical and translational research. Pre/co-requisite: Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or Instructor permission.

CTS 320 - Analyze Clin&Translational Res

Seminar emphasizing basic and analytical skills for clinical and translational research. Pre/co-requisites: Prerequisite: Graduate standing, or Instructor permission.

CTS 385 - Independent Study in CTS

Individual work on a topic selected by student in consultation with Faculty member. The independent study may involve original research, project, and readings with conferences and will provide specialized knowledge relating to an area in which an appropriate course is not offered. Prerequisite: Approval from Program Advisor.

CTS 391 - Master's Thesis Research

Master's Thesis Research.

CTS 392 - Master's Research Internship

Requirement for the Master's in Clinical and Translational Science Research Management; includes experiential education in a research laboratory under the direction of a Research Mentor.

CTS 491 - Doctoral Dissertation Research

Doctoral Dissertation Research.